Digital intraoral scanning means the days of sitting in the dentist chair with a tray full of messy impression material is over. The process is faster, easier, and more comfortable than ever with digital dental scanning, and with accurate results.
When is a digital scanner used in dental procedures?
A digital intraoral scanner is used when we take impressions for crowns, bridges, implant crowns, night guards, bleaching trays, and retainers.
What is the advantage of using a digital intraoral scanner?
- Faster impressions without patient discomfort.
- Highly accurate and more predictable dental impressions.
- Eliminates the need for traditional impression materials.
- More precise-fitting crowns, bridges, and implant crowns.
How long does a digital impression take?
The majority of digital impressions using an intraoral scanner can be completed in under 5 minutes.